Children's National Health System: Children's Health Project of DC

Serving children ages 0 to 23, Children's is a full-service medical clinic which provides preventive health care, sick visits, immunizations, chronic illness management, and psychological, legal aid, referral management and social support services.  The clinic also provides 24-hour, seven-day a week on-call service to patients.  Comprehensive dental services are available through the on-site mobile dental unit.

Addtionally, the medical center provides a Mobile Health Program by operating mobile medical and dental vans that travel throughout the community to provide care which includes immunizations, physical examinations, chronic illness management, medical screenings, oral healthcare, psycho-educational evaluations and referrals for specialty services and legal services.  Through a collaboration with The Children's Law Center, Children's National Health System: Children's Health Project of DC created The Health Access Project (HAP) to improve the health of children by adding legal services attorneys to the treatment team who address non-medical barriers that impact kids’ health.  To contact HAP, call 202-467-4900 x 513.

Lastly, Children's National Health System: Children's Health Project of DC offers seminars throughout the year which provide awareness on chronic health conditions that disproportionately impact the community and offer tips on proper nutrition, fitness, and other healthy lifestyle habits.

Our group is for pregnant women and new mothers who want to learn new ways to cope with stress, enjoy their babies more and meet other moms. Refreshment and child care provided. Group meets every Tuesday from 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM. 

Providing a holistic approach to happier and healthier self and families. 

Children’s Health Project of DC offers comprehensive preventive pediatric dental services.  Operating out of a mobile unit, the dental services provided include fluoride and sealants, exams and x-rays, cleanings, fillings, and dental school forms.

The SOS: Steps of Success to Wellness is a free six session training series, taught by exceptional and experienced medical practitioners including several pediatricians and a dentist. 

With a mission to ensure children are properly secured in safety seats and belts, DC Safe Kids in partnership with Children's Health Project of DC is holding FREE child safety seat inspections at THEARC every Friday.

Children’s Health Project of DC offers free parenting classes throughout the year.  Participants learn how to communicate effectively and avoid power struggles with their children, give positive attention, stay calm in frustrating situations, balance discipline with affection and praise their children’s good behavior.

Children’s Health Project of DC offers a support group to encourage grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.  The group also serves as a "one stop-shop" to access legal advice, referrals, housing resources, and assistance with completing forms and applying for benefits for grandchildren.

Teen SOS is a program designed to give teens, ages 15-18, the opportunity to come together, talk about real issues and facts in confidence and get adult input from people they can trust.  There will also be retreats, outings and other exciting things.  You may also get paid for each session you attend!

NBC Nightly News reported on the Children’s Health Fund fleet of mobile medical clinics that bring “doctors on buses” to America’s most disadvantaged kids across the country.

Children's Health Project of DC provides a solution to the difficulties associated with accessing primary medical care with a mobile health unit.

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Contact Information

Children's National Health System: Children's Health Project of DC
1901 Mississippi Avenue, SE, Suite 104
Washington, DC 20020
Phone: 202-436-3060

Dr. Marceé White, Director

Monday:  8 AM - 8 PM

Tuesday:  8 AM - 8 PM

Wednesday:  8 AM - 8 PM

Thursday:  8 AM - 4 PM

Friday:  8 AM - 4:30 PM

Every 3rd Saturday:  8 AM - 12 PM

(Closed from 12 - 1 PM on Thursday and Friday)